When Betty White and Carol Burnett appear on film, it’s like getting a big hug of memories.

A door has a sign over it that reads, “Class of 1932 Waxahatchie University,” as the skit starts. The long prepared table in the room is vacant as Carol, who is playing the part of “Latisha,” enters.

She has a bewildered expression on her face as she scans the table. Latisha finally takes a seat as Betty White’s Fanny, a different woman, enters the room. Fanny cries out, “Latisha?” “You don’t have to shout,” Carol says.

The two women converse humorously back and forth while seated at opposite ends of the table. Latisha walks around the table to hug Fanny but stumbles since she can’t see very well.

They ultimately embrace and sit next to one another while they discuss a college football game they both supported.

Their cheer costumes are exposed once their jackets are removed.

The lyrics are simultaneously humorous and moving. They mention having wigs in their drawer and teeth in the glass by their bed. By the song’s end, they had found hope. Let’s try that sucker again, Latisha says. The skit closes with the girls picking up their pom-poms.

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When Betty White and Carol Burnett appear on film, it’s like getting a big hug of memories.
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